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15ft outdoor swimming pool normally £179.99 now £35.99 (includes filter) + 9.99 delivery @ Argos Ebay
15ft outdoor swimming pool normally £179.99 now £35.99 (includes filter) + 9.99 delivery @ Argos Ebay

15ft outdoor swimming pool normally £179.99 now £35.99 (includes filter) + 9.99 delivery @ Argos Ebay

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Amazing deal on outdoor 15ft swimming pool.

Be great to buy it now and either sell it or use it yourself come the full blown summer in 2011.

Extra Notes: Its on Argos ebay store, and limited delivery to central UK.

36 Comments

was looking forward to getting this but they dont deliver to anywhere in scotland!

Or Northern Ireland by the looks of it. Oh well

Great deal, thanks for the post. Heat added

great price

Original Poster

great....its my first ever post on hot uk deals, normally I just grab a bargain and run.

Glad its got some heat...

enjoy

Great price, but lousy delivery area

Banned

it would cost me £15 in water to fill this up! oO

Great deal!!! Bought One and voted a big, fat hot!!!

RAhmed1234

was looking forward to getting this but they dont deliver to anywhere in … was looking forward to getting this but they dont deliver to anywhere in scotland!



Probable for safety reasons - an outdoor pool in Scotland!

Would love this but can't justify it now we're on a water meter, it'd cost a small fortune to fill this up!

Good find though. Heat added

Shame no heater

tomlewis007

Shame no heater



Just use a big kettle....

these pools r gud only if the ground is compleatly flat i thought my grass was level until i started to fill it up n the water started goin to one side so it wudnt go up proper

where do you check the delivery area? im looking on the page and don't see where they deliver.

Banned

is it true that if you have one of these and the water company finds out, then you MUST have a water meter fitted?

more like paddling pool

Either way, considering it'll take 12 hours to fill I'm sure the water company will be placing you on a black list of some kind

Original Poster

glad its popular....could'nt get it myself. One because out of delivery area and 2 cause my Mrs will no doubt tell me off for spending money on "another amazing bargain". Not that she wears the trousers of course.

Know the feeling

just what i needed for the winter

good price...paid £12 last year @ b&q for a 10ft pool with cover and pump...prob is you defintely needed a heater and cleaning the pool is a complete nightmare/time consuming....cover was pretty useless too.....pretty sure the pool was made by intec for B&Q...i wouldnt buy another
Edited by: "royals" 14th Oct 2010

draper3000

glad its popular....could'nt get it myself. One because out of delivery … glad its popular....could'nt get it myself. One because out of delivery area and 2 cause my Mrs will no doubt tell me off for spending money on "another amazing bargain". Not that she wears the trousers of course.



maybe has a point...ive stopped buing stuff unless i need it and im clearing out stuff i dont need/use

anyway, tell her to stop moaning about trivial things

csiman1 person likes this

it would cost me £15 in water to fill this up! oO



glad im not metered

vlane86

these pools r gud only if the ground is compleatly flat i thought my … these pools r gud only if the ground is compleatly flat i thought my grass was level until i started to fill it up n the water started goin to one side so it wudnt go up proper



you couldnt have fill it properly....our area was fairly flat, about 1/2 ft slope between 2 ends but was fine

royals

glad im not metered



Maybe but we save over £30 a month from being metered and thats with a 2 year old and a 4 year old in the house

Absolute bargain. You could get one of the smaller paddling pool types for this price. Thanks OP just ordered for next summer. Luckily i live in the centre of the midlands !

Original Poster

royals

maybe has a point...ive stopped buing stuff unless i need it and im … maybe has a point...ive stopped buing stuff unless i need it and im clearing out stuff i dont need/useanyway, tell her to stop moaning about trivial things



Right well I told her to stop moaning about trivial things, and I've ruined a perfectly good game of trivial pursuit!!! I hope your happy.



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:-)

There's a smaller 10 foot one here for £19.85 + £3.87 delivery

redsave.com/pro…ump

That's a great deal in its own right. Why not post it on here? Doesn't come with a ground sheet though or a cover I think? Cheap P&P too.

ionaming1 person likes this

There's a smaller 10 foot one here for £19.85 + £3.87 delivery h … There's a smaller 10 foot one here for £19.85 + £3.87 delivery http://www.redsave.com/products/intex-10-ft-quick-up-paddling-pool-with-pump

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Rich44

Maybe but we save over £30 a month from being metered and thats with a 2 … Maybe but we save over £30 a month from being metered and thats with a 2 year old and a 4 year old in the house



obviously none of you wash regularly or brush your teeth, it is a well known fact that only single households can possibly make a saving from being on a water meter, there are 5 in my home, dread the day I get forced into having a water meter. enjoy your shared baths if that's what floats your boat!

bulkomuff

obviously none of you wash regularly or brush your teeth, it is a well … obviously none of you wash regularly or brush your teeth, it is a well known fact that only single households can possibly make a saving from being on a water meter, there are 5 in my home, dread the day I get forced into having a water meter. enjoy your shared baths if that's what floats your boat!



not true, we are a family of 4, 2 young girls aged 2 and 4 and even with daily use of the bath we still only pay £20 a month for a 4 bed det.

My parent's garden flooded when their next-door neighbours emptied one of these!

Good price but its horrible lol.

is it true that if you have one of these and the water company finds out, … is it true that if you have one of these and the water company finds out, then you MUST have a water meter fitted?



or move to Scotland; we don't have water meters but aren't allowed the pool


we save over £30 a month from being metered



So you could fill this once a fortnight for free!

got mine from costco last year for £15. thought it was a misprice!!!!!

turned out the misprice was the £179 from other places.

Dont get robbed!

Damn, missed out! if anyone has bought one and has a change of heart pm me pls.

FAO the poster above (SoM^VipeR) can you please let me know where to get one for £15, think you're talking a load of tosh personally, but I would love for you to prove me wrong. Get me a new one from respected company @15ft with filter and I'll sort you a finders fee!
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